Lisa Choi joins Ernst & Young LLP’s Financial Services Office
New York, 26 January 2011 — Lisa Choi joined Ernst & Young LLP’s Financial Services Office Advisory practice as a Principal on December 13.
With over 20 years of consulting, industry and regulatory experience, including five years at the Federal Reserve, Choi’s arrival complements the already deep bench strength of Ernst & Young’s Financial Services Office risk management offerings. Most recently, she served as the Chief Operating Officer – Americas, Financial Institutions Group & Health Care Group, Global Banking, at Deutsche Bank.
Choi’s background and capabilities enhance the service offerings Ernst & Young provides to its capital markets clients. She will concentrate on the underlying strategy and implementation of large-scale projects, addressing complex issues related to derivatives, swaps and trading for some of the industry’s largest institutions.
“We are pleased to welcome Lisa Choi to our Financial Services Office,” said Hank Prybylski, Advisory Leader, Financial Services, Ernst & Young LLP. “Her extensive regulatory and banking experience with some of the biggest financial services firms in the world will be invaluable to our clients.”
The financial reform agenda, with the passage of the Dodd-Frank Act and its implementation through the regulatory rulemaking process, will have a far-reaching impact on the financial services industry in the US and globally. The ability to navigate the changing competitive landscape and extensive rulemaking process is an essential element of large financial institutions’ business strategy. Institutions that are best able to manage these changes will improve their competitive advantage.
Choi has a MBA in finance from Columbia University and a BA in economics from Smith College.
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